Tunk Mountain and Hidden Ponds Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The Donnell Pond Public Reserved Land encompasses 15,479 acres in the towns of Franklin and Sullivan and the unorganized townships of T9 SD and T10 SD. Central to the preserve and popular with canoeists, boaters, and campers is the namesake Donnell Pond, hemmed in by the walls of Schoodic and Black mountains. North of ME 182, the preserve includes much of the north and east shores of pristine Tunk Lake, the entirety of Spring River Lake, and a number of small remote ponds, some 6,915 acres in all.
Rising high over this northern section is Tunk Mountain, a spectacular 1,157-foot peak offering extensive alpine areas, wide-open granite ledges, and far-reaching views. Five miles of trails reach to scenic highpoints on Tunk Mountain and to Salmon, Mud, and Little River ponds. This hike visits the entire trail system and all of its attendant natural features."